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First attempt at mixing my own recipe. Supposed to be a green apple & watermelon jolly rancher. Just starting with diy coming off commercial eliquid and vape mtl so might be a little too much sweetener/flavoring for some, adjust as needed. Please comment if you decide to mix this, I could really use the advice/feedback as I'm just starting out and appreciate any input that could help me learn what I might be doing right/wrong

Edit: Think I missed the mark for an authentic jolly rancher taste, might have to play around with it some more but still a good candy flavor

Created: January 28, 2021 (5 months ago)

% Vendor Flavor
1.5
(TPA) Green Apple
10
(CAP) Green Apple Hard Candy
1.5
(WF) Green Jolly Candy
1
(FLV) Sour Apple
1
(CAP) Super Sweet
3
(INW) Watermelon
Total flavoring: 18.0% Steep Days: 0 (SNV) Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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Is this intended for a pod device? if so should definitely label that. (flavour percentages tend to go higher for those recipes but can taste atrocious on other devices) Im testing on an rad at 60 &100 w. Flavouring is very high bordering on chemical taste. I would drop CAP apple candy by at least 50% and lower the INW as well to maybe 1.5-2%, drop the TPA to 1%, WF is good where it is, maybe drop the FLV to .75%. I also thing that WF happy rancher watermelon would be a good addition. Sweetener is also extremely high and typically not listed on published recipes unless it’s really necessary. In this id probably opt for a combo of .5% FLV sweetness to help the fruit pop and .25% CAP super sweet. but again, don't list it, everyone knows how they like to sweeten stuff. In future, A better place to go for feedback as a newbie mixer to post experimental recipes for feedback would be the discord or Reddit new mixers thread. Just FYI ;)